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My turntable on my ka1916 is running slow

I have a Thomas pacconi model tpc-mse-800 and the turntable is dragging. At first I thought irt was the belt and I ordered a new one. The belt was bad as there is a fairly big difference between the new and the old. yet when I replaced it the turntable still runs slow so now im convinced that the motor is the culprit but I can not find a replacemant motor based on the numbers on the motor housing. it is a mabuchi 12 v motor part number# EG-520SD-2F with an rpm range of 130-1520 rpm I sure would appreciate any assistance in getting this thing going again

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  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    I have the same motor but the motr is loading down the 12 volt supply ,need source of getting the motor

  • Anonymous Sep 27, 2008

    I have the same problem with similar units that use the same motor ,im trying to locate a source for these motors EG530SD-2F,does any one know where i can get them Use In Curtis Stereo s and Emerson Stereos Model # NR305TTc

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SOURCE: My Thomas Pecconi TPC MSE 800 cassete player

A similar unit arrived for servicing. In this case, a poor solder job at the point where the red and black wires connect to the motor was the problem.

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